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Tips for check-in with Wizz Air

How to avoid trouble and costs

At the cheapest fare of Wizz Air flights, only the online check-in is for free. If a passenger wants to check in and get his boarding pass at the airport, e.g. at the counter, Wizz Air charges a fee of approximately 30 euro.

In order to have a chance at avoiding this additional fee, we strongly advise you to consider the following tips:

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